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Unison with optional 2 part ending from The Gift of Bread

Composer
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music

Gavin Berriman, Vicar of St Augustine's Church, Grove Park (London SE12)wrote the prayer on which this short anthem is based. The text is used with his permission. The anthem is for 4-part choir and is suitable either for during Communion or before a service. Although the song lasts 2 minutes to the nearest minute, it is closer to 1 min 30 secs. in reality!

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